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The National Nuclear Security Administration’s (NNSA’s) Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASC) Program at Lawrence Livermore was named a Computerworld Honors Program laureate for its role in the development of the world’s fastest supercomputer, BlueGene/L.
The ASC Program was a finalist in the Science category of the Computerworld Honors awards, which recognize “contributions that organizations and people have made for the betterment of society through the exceptional—if not heroic—use of information technology.” ASC was nominated for the award
by IBM.
Dona Crawford, associate director for Livermore’s Computation Directorate, accepted a laureate medal and plaque on behalf of the ASC Program in a recent ceremony in Washington, DC. Dimitri Kusnezov, director of NNSA’s ASC Program, also attended the ceremony.

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UCRL-52000-06-9 | September 15, 2006